No, that is not a Photoshop. That is King Nintendo 64. Hail to the king, baby!
During Otakon this past weekend, quite a number of attendees decided to cosplay, not as a particular anime or videogame character, but rather as a symbol of Internet culture. We've got a female Deadmau5, Old Spice Guy, and Nyan Cat, among others.
Then there's Gary from Philadelphia, who felt inspired to fashion an ass-load of spare N64 consoles, controllers, and cartridges into a sword, shield, and armor combo. After a month of assembly, King Nintendo 64 was born. Now, I can appreciate the creativity, but did he have to waste so many Majora's Mask cartridges? I hope they are still functional, jerk!
Our friends over at Beat Down Boogie did what they do best and filmed cosplayers showing off their outfits over at Katsuco 2013. Team Fortress 2, Mass Effect, Devil May Cry, Borderlands 2, Final Fantasy, Zelda, and plenty more all get some costume loving here.more
Skyrim is starting to become my favorite game in terms of all the awesome cosplay that it's inspired. I was most impressed with the Dovahkiin Daedric armor cosplay, and the same goes for the Nightingale Armor created and mode...more
As a long time series fan, I'm excited for Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time's release today. So, I'm celebrating in the only way I know how: by posting random NSFW images of Sly Cooper, of course!more